What was the first food-thing you ever made?

Memory is truly the most precious and valuable gift we possess.  Love, contentment, spirituality are all up there in the top 10, but without the memory of these things, they cannot be appreciated. As I was taking an enjoyable stroll down memory lane this morning, thoughts of my childhood BFF came to mind... which lead me to this topic.  I thought would be a great brain exercise and a fun discussion for us foodies. ;-)  So what's the first thing you ever made?  (Mud pies don't count. ;-) My first almost-solo (no bossy mom!) was a Cheese Souffle. I remember my bff had a duck... and the duck laid eggs... lots of them!  We found a mouth-watering Cheese souffle in some illustrated cookbook and the plan was hatched. ;-)   Like good little 11 yo girls, we waited for her mom to go to work before commandeering the kitchen.  Our creation wasn't nearly as beautiful as this one.  I recall being quite disappointed as I watched the whole thing droop miserably when it came out of the oven. lol... souffle FAIL, if there ever was one... but ya gotta start somewhere! ;-D So what was your first cooking project?

Topic by bajablue 6 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Dried bean experiment need help or ideas

Greetings,  My experiment, I heard that taco bell makes their re-fried beans out of a bag of dry mix. Im am not sure how true this is but wanted to see if I can make my own mix. My first experiment is to see what happens if one grinds up dried beans and try to cook them. The problem is I don't know of anything that can grind up a dried bean. I did find some grain grinders but I don't know if they are up for the task and the cheaper ones seem to break easily based on the reviews.   I suppose I could bash them between a couple of rocks, but experience has taught me that the part I want to keep will most likely go flying.  Any ideas will be appreciated 

Topic by Bard 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

What do you spread on your toast?

What do you spread on your toast?

Topic by happyjo 8 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

What are your favorite ingredients for noodle/pasta dishes?

What are your favorite cold and hot noodle dishes? What ingredients are must-haves when you make pasta? I'm mildly obsessed with hot pasta dishes, and cold pasta salad. I'm hoping to try some new ideas. If I draft a recipe from your idea, I'll be sure to cite you as an inspiration source when I post. Some of my current faves: -feta, basil, roasted peppers -chicken, feta, cilantro, white beans, basil -goat cheese and cilantro pesto

Topic by garnishrecipes 6 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


What is your favorite flavor of pie?

Topic by grundisimo 9 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

What do you normally eat for breakfast?

I'm sorry, I just can't stop talking about food. :PI was reading the latest issue of Saveur magazine last night and this morning, and it has to be one of the most interesting things I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It's all about breakfast, which is quite frankly the most important and wonderful meal of the day. The magazine had a number of different articles about what people eat for breakfast all over the world, in addition to recipes for all these magical foods I'd never heard of. :DI typically don't have much time these days between work and school, so my breakfast is usually whole wheat toast with butter and raspberry, orange or apricot preserves, maybe some sunflower butter. I almost always have tea in the morning - I think my favorite is coconut chai at the moment. If I'm really short for time I'll have my standard soy milk and mega fiber hippie cereal. :)If I do have time though, I'll make biscuits and gravy or sometimes Jace will make pancakes. I've only made french toast once with friends, but I'd like to get that going more often. I also really like to heat up different soy sausages and have those with toast and hot cereal. I also like having hot multigrain cereal with apples cut up in it, with cinnamon and honey. That will never get old.So what do you eat for breakfast? I want to know all about it!

Topic by jessyratfink 10 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

The Red Book of Westmarch Insider

Ever since I was a young lad (XD) I have wanted to learn whatever I could. How to clean a firearm, how to change the oil in a car, how to sight in a scope, how to string and fire a bow, the list goes on. An item included in that list is how to make a website. So, as many of you may know, I made a website (using Weebly), called The Red Book of Westmarch Insider. I decided to make this forum topic to let you guys know about some of the new stuff on the site. I have a couple of new polls, one Up to Date post, and a rather large Video Series page. I also have the ability to make a forums page, but I chose not to do that, as I was not sure as to: 1) how it would work, 2) whether or not you could post pictures, and 3) if anyone would be interested. I also made this forum topic so that I could let you guys know when I have something new on my site. You don't need to post any comments or anything, this forum topic is just to give you quick links to new posts and stuff on my site. -The Red Book of Westmarch

Topic by The Red Book of Westmarch 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

problem with making my Arduino Ethernet shield to communicate with the server

I have a problem making my Arduino Ethernet shield to communicate with the server, the result on the serial monitor is always: Not connected Cannot connect to Server #include #include //------------------------------------------------------------------------------- byte mac[] = { 0xDE, 0xAD, 0xBE, 0xEF, 0xFE, 0xED }; //MAC Address char server[] = "api.pushingbox.com"; //pushingbox API server IPAddress ip(192,168,1,2); //Arduino IP address. Only used when DHCP is turned off. EthernetClient client; //define 'client' as object String data; //GET query with data float temp; //temp means temperature boolean cste = false; //------------------------------------------------------------------------------ void setup() {   Serial.begin(9600);   if (Ethernet.begin(mac) == 0) { Serial.println("Failed to configure Ethernet using DHCP"); Ethernet.begin(mac, ip);   }   delay(1000); } //------------------------------------------------------------------------------ void loop(){    int temp_ADC = analogRead(0); //read analog input on pin A0    temp = temp_ADC * 5.0 * 100.0/1024.0; // ADC to celcius conversion    tempData(); //packing GET query with data    Serial.println("connecting...");    if (client.connect(server, 80)) {      sendData();       cste = true; //connected = true    }    else{      Serial.println("connection failed");    }   // loop   while(cste){     if (client.available()) {    char c = client.read(); //save http header to c    Serial.print(c); //print http header to serial monitor     }     if (!client.connected()) {    Serial.println();    Serial.println("disconnecting.");           Serial.print("Temperature Sent :");           Serial.println(temp); //print sent value to serial monitor    client.stop();           cste = false;           data = ""; //data reset     }   }   delay(5000); // interval } void tempData(){   data+="";   data+="GET /pushingbox?devid=vB917B251887BF54&tempData;="; //GET request query to pushingbox API   data+=temp;   data+=" HTTP/1.1"; } void sendData(){   Serial.println("connected");   client.println(data);   client.println("Host: api.pushingbox.com");   client.println("Connection: close");   client.println(); }

Topic by SoufianeG 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Ideas to reuse wooden bed foundation?

Hello all, I have a wooden bed foundation and I do not want to discard it. I am looking for ideas to reuse it by converting the wood in the foundation to something usable - like small patio tea table, garden shelf etc, anything small and functional for me. Attached in an e,g. of how the foundation looks like.  Would appreciate any DIY projects, instruction, pointers to reuse it. Thanks. 

Topic by PrasannaS 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

How to salvage SMD component from old electronics board

I want to know how to perfectly desolder a smd Component. I  want to reuse them but cant get them i would love suggestion or advice

Topic by geekrex 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

The URL contains escaped bytes unsupported by the UTF-8 encoding.

This is my first post to the forums, just wanted to let you know of the error message on  https://www.instructables.com/id/Knockdown-Illuminated-SIgnboard-D%CB%8B%85g%0F%0B%7F/ I love the site, and can't wait to learn more!

Topic by plainhavoc 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Open links in new tab checkbox not working

I added a comment to the following post. https://www.instructables.com/community/Links-in-articles-should-open-a-new-tab/ Then I realized that it is a year and a half old.   And it doesn't mention the checkbox.  I am guessing the checkbox was added since then and is now not working. And that this is a new bug.  As I said in my post, I set the checkboxes to "Open in New Tab".  Then I publish and the links open in the same tab.  Then I go in (several times) recheck the checkboxes, go back and verify that they are checked and republish.  They still open in the same tab and when I go back into edit mode, they are unchecked.  Is this a bug?  Or am I doing something wrong?  If I am, I would argue that the instructions for using this checkbox have a bug. Ergo, there is a bug. Don't you hate philosopher/engineers? Grin, that's me!

Topic by steve.m.graves 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

wiring of L.E.D. bulbs for constant "on" and reduced heat ?

Self-confessed "tinkerer" with little/no electronics knowledge OR understanding....In need of guidance/expertise ? I have a project; requires constant 5V (from USB) to power/light several L.E.D.'s (either cool white or bright white) in a straight line(s) to illuminate an area approx. 1/2" (W)x 6.0"(L) x 1" (H)... Not knowing the power requirements of various L.E.D.'s ....some LED's require 12V and additional equipment. And the expected period of use being 6-8 hrs (max.) - I'm afraid of problems regarding heat dissipation and poor LED longevity ? With these constraints, I'm unsure if this is feasible or not ? Any help or suggestions ?  Have "tinkered with a string of LED's powered by (3) AA batteries = 4.5 volts x 30 LED bulbs. Didn't seem to get hot using the batteries. After cutting these bulbs from string and "bundling " positive (+) and negative (-) ends and connecting to 5V from USB ...got very warm-hot ? Reading various online posts that seem to agree that the output from batteries is NOT constant...is this the problem OR maybe not using "resistors" and not knowing what type or how many would be needed ?

Topic by callhow 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Knex Mp5 (Gen.3) Video

This is my third generation Mp5, many of its parts are from the generation 2. Mostly all internals have been changed from the generation 2. In my opinion, this is my best Mp5 yet. Specifications: -Shoots 30-40 feet. -Grey connector ammunition type. -Holds 5 rounds. -Removable magazine with release lever. -True trigger. -Ram guide with easy pull back system. -Rear and Front sights.

Topic by DELETED_Blue Mullet 2 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

schmitt trigger for solar panel

Hi, I'm building a solar panel project that may use the charge battery and so on. As solar output is not consistent, I have a capacitor array to store charge before deliver it to the end devices. However if the solar output power is lower than the end devices(example charging phone) power load, it will probably on and off since the solar output is not enough. I would like to use by capacitor array to reduce the on and off rate by design a Schmitt trigger or perhaps it a flip flop circuit. For example if my Solar panel max voltage is 12v and my  device using 5v thru a voltage regulator that need min of 6v. So I would like to design a circuit to do this 1) When capacitor array discharge to 6v, terminate the circuit to regulator. 2) Wait for the solar panel to charge the capacitor up to 12V 3) Upon reach 12 V, allow the current to pass thru regulator again. Repeat step 1 I tried so search Schmitt trigger circuit but I cannot find the suitable one as most Schmitt trigger  is with a Vref and signal input. Since my voltage input(capacitor charging and solar panel) is variable, I do not have Vref. I still believe it can be achieved, perhaps my mind stuck at one concept only

Topic by SNC1 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Developing a fantasy board game ("Epanatara")

I want to design a fantasy board game with cards and strategy elements. It should be a game for at least six players. For that I need help in designing the board, cards, pieces, rules and story.

Topic by DELETED_Bachlman 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Can't enter cooking basic challenges contest

I am not able to enter the contest " cooking basics challenge" - https://www.instructables.com/contest/cookingbasics/ it is saying that my instructable - https://www.instructables.com/id/Home-made-Cottage-Cheese-Paneer/ is published before the starting of the contest. Contest started on june 29. I published my instructBles on July 5th.  Do help me out in this ambiguity. Passion Make

Topic by Passion Make 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

help me to made my own power bank

Can i make power bank with button cells battries ?

Topic by alireza8858s 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

How to administer a tiny painful (but safe) electric shock...

I have no electronic's experience, but I need to develop a tiny device that can administer an electric shock for just like 1 sec that is strong enough to hurt, but is safe.  And it has to be no larger in diameter than a US quarter coin, and no thicker than maybe the face of a watch.

Topic by Dolmetscher007 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

I want a power outlet that automatically shuts off after a period of time.

I want a device to plug my air compressor into that shuts off the power if the compressor runs for more than 20 minutes at a time. I leave my air compressor on and I am afraid that a leak will develop or a hose will burst leaving my compressor to run hours or days before I find it. I want it to sense when the air compressor starts pulling power and starts a timer. If the compressor is still running when the timer reaches either a preset time of around 20 minutes or an adjustable time, the power to the compressor is shut off until it is manually reset. My compressor is 110 volts and I live in the United States. Maybe such a thing exists but I haven't been able to find it. Thanks for your help, Kris

Topic by kingmanson 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Off-Grid Stealth Cabin Plans

Hi everyone, I just entered my off-grid cabin design in the outdoors contest and I would like to invite you to view it, leave feedback and vote if you like the cabin and off-grid systems. I am a long time off-grid homesteader and I live in a 14x14 solar and wind powered cabin with many off-grid systems of my own design. My contest entry:   https://www.instructables.com/id/Off-Grid-Stealth-Cabin-Plans/ Thanks LaMar

Topic by LaMar Solarcabin 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Controlling anaerobic digesters with arduino

Hi I am new on the Arduino scene and I am trying to build eight anaerobic digester tanks to conduct experiments for my thesis in engineering. The setup will look as follows: -Arduino mega -Arduino motor shield R3 -Two motor stirring the digester at different RPMs. Motors will run at 12 V and around 0.5-1 A. -The motor shield will use the wall jack as power supply via an AC-DC adapter. -Biogas volume measuring device (tipping sensor) -Aquaria air pump to supply Hydrogen Sulphite consuming bacteria with oxygen. This will be controlled with a relay and the volume measuring device. -The pump will use the wall jack as power supply -Temperature sensors DS18B20. -Immersion heater controlled by the temperature sensor and a relay. The digester is supposed to be kept at 37°. Everything will be logged but I haven’t decided if I will connect a Ethernet shield or if I should log on a SD card. I think that I can manage to build it but I have some questions (a lot) but will just post some and post more later. The experiments will run for 4-6 months how will the Arduino, shield and relays handle being on for that long? Do I need something with higher quality? (It would suck to burn down the university) Any spontaneous thoughts that I should know or that could help me?

Topic by joche11 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

i want u know your answer about new PCB board concept which i'm gonna deveolp

i'm gonna make something different, which is new pcb board concept so, I want u to give me your personal opinions That are just 5 questions, so it took within 5 min. :D http://goo.gl/forms/A8e7zBGtJT

Topic by GS YU 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

what is the instructable robot's name?

I was just wondering if the  instructable robot has a name anyone know?

Topic by bravoechonovember1 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Whatzitcalled? copy drawing bigger or smaller.

Also used with a router.

Topic by Toga_Dan 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Advice needed! how transfer designs to fibreglass sculpture

Hi I have a design submission to decorate/paint a 3 foot high fibreglass Rabbit! I want to create a pattern similiar to a wallpaper flock pattern but I don't really want  to do it all by hand. I thought I could design my pattern and create a decal, transfer, (acrylic image transfer is something I am hearing and reading about) and apply it to the rabbit. Any tips or suggestions would be great. P

Topic by aluapartx 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

PVC Pipe Toys

Hello, I am developing a line of toys made with PVC pipes. Take a look at these two instructables. https://www.instructables.com/id/PVC-Pipe-Figures/ and https://www.instructables.com/id/PVC-Pipe-Dragon/

Topic by nicolaudosbrinquedos 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Hello sir,  Im intrested in solenoids feild and wanna have practical experince in that.can you please tell me how to generate electrical charge by using solenoids and storing that charge in mica capacitors with less voltage rating high storage capability..which also has slow discharge. The time of storing the charge should be high.Hope will guide me. Thankyou. Raghudeep,

Topic by RaghuC 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Need help with mould

Hey everyone  i am looking for some assistance or advice i have created a sculpture for a project i am working on and would like to reproduce it what would be the best  mould to use to be able to reproduce this ,i have added 2 images of my sculpture if it helps at all  any and all help would be greatly appreciated

Topic by FrancesS3 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Things you can make with urine?

Greetings, So far, I have learned that one can make phosphorus, ammonia, and potassium nitrate from urine. http://www.ehow.com/how_4524329_make-phosphorus.html And of course it can be purified for water. I am wondering what else can be made with urine instead of wasting it? Thanks

Topic by NeuroPulse 7 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Laser Engraver Circuit Help

Hello. I am making my own laser engraver out of 2 DVD burners just like Groovers version. I have some questions about the circuit that im going to use: I have seen the typical LM317 circuit for laser diodes (LINK HERE) I dont completely understand the circuit Groover made. He says that he uses the LM317 circuit over, but it does not look exactly the same. Can someone explain to me a bit why his values on the resistors/capacitors etc. is so damn different? (Though he also use relays and stuff for outputs for fans ) (LINK TO GROOVERS CIRCUIT) I made my own circuit that uses the typical LM317 circuit over, but will my circuit work fine? (Instead of the battery in the circuit, I will connect the Voltage In-ping on the LM317 to my arduino, but not exactly sure where to connect it on the arduino since i need about 7.5 V in, and not sure if the arduino got a pin that can output that much?) (LINK TO MY CIRCUIT) Thank you for your reply!

Topic by aborge 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Links in articles should open a new tab

When links in projects are clicked on, the browser immediately takes you to that page. This loses the Instructable topic unless you page back to it. There should be a way to set the site up so that links open new tabs. I know because I moderate and manage a programming forum. Thanks! Ted Weissgerber

Topic by BurgersBytes 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

My Instructable won't publish-2nd user

I also have a problem not seeing my Instructables as non-logged in viewer ! It has been more than 5hrs and I still cannot even find it using Search facilities of Instructables. My profile should update to 9 but remains stuck at 8 instructables.

Topic by tonytran2015 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Wearable Technology

Which is the most innovative wearable technology till date?

Topic by v_s 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Rings of Light: Bending u-channel stock

Hello! I'm trying to make rings of brass with a channel/groove on the inside to fit LED strips into. I want the LEDs lining the inside of the brass rings to illuminate the center, but I want them hidden from view for aesthetic reasons. I'm trying to get 7 different rings, varying in diameter from about 7" to 2'. I can't figure out the best way to do this though. Here are some possibilities I've come up with, and I would love your thoughts on their feasibility, how I might tweak them for better effectiveness, or if you all have other ideas that might work better! 1) Bend U-channel stock in a tube bender. Would this deform the u-channel, though, and can rectangular stock go through a bender? 2) Mill a small trench shallower than a standard u-channel into bar stock, then bend it. See concerns in #1. 3) Somehow mill a channel into bar stock once it's already bent..? 4) Bend hollow tubing into a ring, then use a cutting disc or bit on a dremel to cut an opening on the inside, and snake the LED strip through the tubing. 5) Bend hollow tubing into a ring, then drill out holes at the interval of the LED lights, and snake the LED strip through the tubing. Thanks so much for your thoughts, feedback and help! :)

Topic by nealulrich 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Paper folding machine/jig?

Hi all, i was wanting to know if anyone knows where i could find a tutorial on how to make a paper folding jig/machine for my bookbinding to help get better folds. or if any one would like to give me some tips on how to make one 

Topic by king_killer 3 years ago

Albany Public Library STEMpunk's Strawbees Build Night

In May of 2015, Albany Public Library STEMpunk hosted a build night inviting community members to come and experiment with Strawbees.  Kids, teens, and adults messed around and created a wide variety of projects ranging from costumes to airplanes to math aids.  We all had a blast, and created some Instructables along the way! Here are links to the Instructables created from our build night: Knight's Helmet Custom Lampshade And here are some pictures of some other creations we made! Also, the Knight's Helmet has gone in to have a life of its own in a web series being created here at the library by its creator.  The series is called Ulrog, and uses many other cardboard and Strawbees created costumes.  Check it out here!

Topic by Albany Public Library STEMpunk 3 years ago

Get electromagnetic pulses from a gas igniter

Hi, here I have a common gas igniter like this: http://s10.postimg.org/r55cvgt9l/gasigniter.jpg Well, I removed the circuit from the box, then I shorted the two terminals, using various kind of coils (thick wire, thin wire, in various configurations and with different turns), but seems that this circuit is unable to generate electromagnetic pulses; I've tried to turn on a fluorescent lamp, to cause interferences to a pocket calculator (as I can see in various videos on youtube), but nothing happens. If I remove the coil from the terminals I am able to get nice sparks. So, why this circuit won't work as expected? I miss something? However this is the circuit: http://s4.postimg.org/fgd78werx/ignitercircuit.jpg Please note that I'm aware of the fact that these kind of circuit could be dangerous; I'm taking all possible precautions (I'm using it far from any electrical device, I'm using isolated gloves, and so on). I just want to make this circuit for fun. Many thanks.

Topic by akopelumenuscu 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Are you up to the Full Metal Challenge?

I just made a wooden key ring, but I think it would be much better in metal. Are you up to making one? If you post a picture, here's a full year's Pro membership up for grabs. Have a look at step 4.

Topic by Kiteman 3 years ago

transformer for neon light

Hi- I have a couple of transformers for some neon lights I got at a place going out of business. I'm never going to start bending/blowing glass so if anyone else has need of the transformers (or the tubes of glass!) I'll be happy to give it away for the postage. Call if you want pictures or have questions. 813-541-2137 Terre

Topic by terrefirma 3 years ago

Arduino uno &Gsm modem

Can any body tell me that is there any difference btwn. Arduino gsm-shild  and normal gsm modem .?Do i have to code Arduino differently to send data when i'm using normal gsm modem ..?? and how can i connect Arduino-Uno to normal gsm modem..???

Topic by MeetR 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Bluetooth sensor

Hey guys, I like electronics but I want to learn about bluetooth interfacing. As a start I want to send a signal from a push button/sensor to another bluetooth receiver (phone for example). To be honest I have no idea where to start from. Can you help me out?

Topic by pjreijiri 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Outdoor Suspension Worktable: Thin, Rigid, Strong, Lightweight Panels/Sheets

Hi all! I go into the wilderness with my research and build electronic gizmos. See this overview of our camp: https://youtu.be/RSKbZFIG62g?t=2m11s and the desk in question! To support this me and Hannah Perner-Wilson have been trying to create tools for infrastructure for backpacking in the wild (also see her wearable studio descriptions http://www.plusea.at/?p=5385). The tool im working on right now is a modular lightweight desk we can suspend between trees. It's actually going pretty great! You can see Matt here soldering and building on this bench. it worked WAY BETTER than expected. I though it was gonna be TOO wiggly, or bouncy and impossible to work on. Turns out, it just worked really well! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJQrnl3-27c the only PROBLEM however was with our panels. I used these sheets of like MDF (or something). They are that material that pegboards are made out of. They were great because they were thin and rigid. But they were still pretty heavy and they absorbed water. I want your advice on materials. I want something that Is rigid! (will hold its own shape under compression and/or tension) Can support lots of tools and stuff on top Strong (will stand up to beatings in the field, and smashproof inside backpack) Thin (packs into backpack well)   Cut-able (less important) (won't give off evil fumes or particles if i need to cut or modify it at home (or even in the field) Not crazy-beans expensive (like it seems like carbon fiber panels are) I was thinking like fiberglass maybe? http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-fiberglass-sheets/=xu6e5k is that a good idea? Carbon fiber (though super expensive)? what are your ideas?

Topic by blorgggg 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

How can I hang a bottle and have a lamp cord going into it at the same time...

Howdy, I've been inspired by this type of craft: http://observationdeck.io9.com/repurpose-your-empty-crystal-head-vodka-skull-bottle-1642204227/+charliejane I know there are many who sell completed type setups, but as I'm trying to save the money and would like to hang my personally emptied bottles I've done a lot of internet searching for over a week or so,without luck. I'd like to hang a bottle with a lamp in it, but the bottle has no threading to insert pipe fittings or whatnot, and I can't tell how the bottle was hung. Any ideas are appreciated, I'm going to continue to look. Thanks.

Topic by barry_015 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Question about sanding wood

Anybody have a tip on how to sand smooth many small discs of wood? Rather than do it all by hand with sanding paper I mean… Is there a (cheap) sanding tool that I can purchase? Not something like the Dremel, Im thinking more about something with a flat sanding surface. Thanks anybody that will answer.

Topic by marcellahella 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Login troubles

Hello. I apologize in advance for my English :-) I have the following problem. I discovered an interesting topic, and found that I did not authorize. Clicked "Login" - "Google +" and logged in. Then I went back to an interesting topic, and it looked like I was not authorized. So I was not able to add the topic to the collection :-( On other topics and the whole site everything looks fine (authorized).

Topic by ArtemR1 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Infinity Mirror + Music Synced LEDs

Hi guys! Well this is my first post here :) So I was just browsing some projects and saw two really good projects. First was this infinity mirror and the other one was how to sync leds to music using tip31 transistor. So i wondered can I combine these two projects to make one music synced infinity mirror? Of course I can't do it without some help (newbie to electronics n stuff). So can you guys just help me or guide me? Thanks in advance :D

Topic by vmahajan3 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

to Kluge? or not to Kluge?

When ist acceptable to kluge? When ought more go into a project?

Topic by Toga_Dan 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Harvest Grain- with a Hedgetrimmer?

Has anyone tried cutting tall grass with a hedgetrimmer? It does resemble a sickle bar mower, at least superficially. I've never quite gotten the hang of the scythe, and although the gas chainsaw does work, it's an awful lot o noise. This year, the slender wheatgrass, which is usually xeriscaping and erosion control will be harvested for chickens ! I'm thinkin of buying a Ryobi cordless trimmer. 

Topic by Toga_Dan 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Growing, Harvesting Grain

Http://www.rural-revolution.com/2012/08/harvesting-wheat.html  Slowly learnin this stuff. Havent really mastered the scythe. grow grains as ground cover/erosion control/xeriscape, but plan to harvest it  for chickeN feed. Any of yall have experience to share?

Topic by Toga_Dan 3 years ago